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Synonyms for fin

the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

one of a pair of decorations projecting above the rear fenders of an automobile

one of a set of parallel slats in a door or window to admit air and reject rain

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a shoe for swimming

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a stabilizer on a ship that resembles the fin of a fish

organ of locomotion and balance in fishes and some other aquatic animals

equip (a car) with fins

propel oneself through the water in a finning motion

show the fins above the water while swimming

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The problems of shark finning are deeply rooted within humanity's complex relationship with sharks.
Apathy-They have no idea about shark finning or do not care to know anything about it.
Federal law prohibits finning but allows shark fishing under strict limits if the whole animal is brought to land.
The countries where finning is illegal, like the US, can't enforce their laws on the high seas.
Regulation EC 1185/2003 bans shark finning on board vessels but establishes a number of exceptions.
This regulation establishes a general ban on finning (which involves removing a shark's fins on board a ship and throwing the rest of the body back into the sea) but provides that "vessels which hold a special fishing permit may be allowed to completely remove shark fins from dead sharks on board, as well as to keep on board, transfer and unload shark fins" (Article 4).
Nations have acted to tighten anti-finning laws in an attempt to reduce the controversial practice in their national waters, but this alone is insufficient to halt finning in international waters or in jurisdictions that do not prohibit it.
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Around the world, 17 nations have acted against shark finning, including the Maldives in 2008.
Finning International, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has sold Hewden, its U.
One of the reasons it is so rampant is that consumers do not know the implications of shark finning.
The demand for shark fins often leads to "shark finning," the cruel and wasteful practice where the fins of a shark are cut off and the remainder of the animal is thrown back into the water.
EUROPE'S lax shark finning rules could be tightened with a European Commission report admitting existing conservation measures are failing.
Finning Group UK has promoted Christine Hardy to the newly created position of UK training and development manager.
Costa Rica has created a new loophole for shark finning, the ostensibly illegal practice of cutting the valuable dorsal fins from certain species of the animals and discarding the rest of the carcass.
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